Potted Sunflower

Hello.  It's Debbie here from Debbie's Time Out.  Today I am featuring the new Sunflower Set  as well as a few other new dies. The Cheery Lynn Designs new release had so many beautiful dies and they are so easy to work with to make beautiful cards very quickly.
For my base I started with the Rectangle Scalloped LG Purple Stackers  and then layered a beige paper next that I embossed with the Black Eyed Susans. A little ink on the embossing makes it pop a bit more. I then made a frame with the Rectangle Stitch and Cut Tool  by cutting the center out of it and then popped it up. The new Deutschland Square Doily  was tucked in behind the frame with the Deutschland Tag  layered off to the side. The corners are from the new Deutschland Accents. The accents, tag and flower pot were all cut in black and then Inka Golds were added to give them a metal look. These new accents and tags are a nice addition to match up with previously release designs from Cheery Lynn Designs.
Here is a close up of the new Sunflower Set  that was potted in one the  new Flower Pots . All the detail in the sunflower is just amazing. With a little distress ink and a stylus to shape it a bit it will turn out beautifully with hardly any work.

I appreciate that you stopped by to check out my creation. Thanks again to those who take the time to leave a comment. It is always nice to hear what you think.

I would like to invite you now to join our challenge @http://cheerylynndesigns.blogspot.ca/search/label/challenge. The theme is "Anything Goes".
I would love to see your creations.

Dies Used


  1. Love your age looking flower pot, it looks like a real antique pot! Great colors too!

  2. I love that sunflower and pot design. I wish there was a larger version of the pot too! I love all the details on them.

  3. Love the rustic, metallic accents and the doily on it's side. Great card!


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